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The Theory and Practice of Investment Management Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master The Theory and Practice of Investment Management

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A practical workbook that promotes the understanding of investment management
The Workbook includes a full answer key and brief chapter summaries, making the information that readers attain from The Theory and Practice of Investment Management (0-471-22889-0) that much more valuable.
Harry M. Markowitz, PhD (San Diego, CA), is a consultant in the finance area. In 1990 he shared the Nobel Prize in Economics for his work in portfolio theory.
Leonard Kostovetsky (Woodmere, NY) is a PhD student in finance at Princeton University. He is the founder of the Princeton Finance and Economics Forum.


PART ONE: Questions and Problems.

CHAPTER 1: Investment Management.

CHAPTER 2: Portfolio Selection.

CHAPTER 3: Applying Mean-Variance Analysis.

CHAPTER 4: Asset Pricing Models.

CHAPTER 5: Calculating Investment Returns.

CHAPTER 6: Common Stock Markets, Trading Arrangements, and Trading Costs.

CHAPTER 7: Tracking Error and Common Stock Portfolio Management.

CHAPTER 8: Common Stock Portfolio Management Strategies.

CHAPTER 9: Traditional Fundamental Analysis I: Sources of Information.

CHAPTER 10: Traditional Fundamental Analysis II: Financial Ratio Analysis.

CHAPTER 11: Traditional Fundamental Analysis III: Earnings Analysis, Cash Analysis, Dividends, and Dividend Discount Models.

CHAPTER 12: Security Analysis Using Value-Based Metrics.

CHAPTER 13: Multi-Factor Equity Risk Models.

CHAPTER 14: Equity Derivatives I: Features and Valuation.

CHAPTER 15: Equity Derivatives II: Portfolio Management Applications.

CHAPTER 16: Fixed-Income Securities.

CHAPTER 17: Real Estate-Backed Securities.

CHAPTER 18: General Principles of Bond Valuation.

CHAPTER 19: Yield Measures and Forward Rates.

CHAPTER 20: Valuation of Bonds with Embedded Options.

CHAPTER 21: Measuring Interest Rate Risk.

CHAPTER 22: Fixed-Income Portfolio Strategies.

CHAPTER 23: Bond Portfolio Analysis Relative to a Benchmark.

CHAPTER 24: Multi-Factor Fixed-Income Risk Models and Their Applications.

CHAPTER 25: Fixed-Income Derivatives and Risk Control.

CHAPTER 26: Investment Companies.

CHAPTER 27: Exchange-Traded Funds.

CHAPTER 28: Real Estate Investment.

CHAPTER 29: Hedge Funds.

CHAPTER 30: Private Equity.

CHAPTER 31: Active Asset Allocation.

PART TWO: Solutions.

CHAPTER 1: Investment Management.

CHAPTER 2: Portfolio Selection.

CHAPTER 3: Applying Mean-Variance Analysis.

CHAPTER 4: Asset Pricing Models.

CHAPTER 5: Calculating Investment Returns.

CHAPTER 6: Common Stock Markets, Trading Arrangements, and Trading Costs.

CHAPTER 7: Tracking Error and Common Stock Portfolio Management 341

CHAPTER 8: Common Stock Portfolio Management Strategies 343

CHAPTER 9: Traditional Fundamental Analysis I: Sources of Information 347

CHAPTER 10: Traditional Fundamental Analysis II: Financial Ratio Analysis 349

CHAPTER 11: Traditional Fundamental Analysis III: Earnings Analysis, Cash Analysis, Dividends, and Dividend Discount Models.

CHAPTER 12: Security Analysis Using Value-Based Metrics.

CHAPTER 13: Multi-Factor Equity Risk Models.

CHAPTER 14: Equity Derivatives I: Features and Valuation.

CHAPTER 15: Equity Derivatives II: Portfolio Management Applications.

CHAPTER 16: Fixed-Income Securities.

CHAPTER 17: Real Estate-Backed Securities.

CHAPTER 18: General Principles of Bond Valuation.

CHAPTER 19: Yield Measures and Forward Rates.

CHAPTER 20: Valuation of Bonds with Embedded Options.

CHAPTER 21: Measuring Interest Rate Risk.

CHAPTER 22: Fixed-Income Portfolio Strategies.

CHAPTER 23: Bond Portfolio Analysis Relative to a Benchmark.

CHAPTER 24: Multi-Factor Fixed-Income Risk Models and Their Applications.

CHAPTER 25: Fixed-Income Derivatives and Risk Control.

CHAPTER 26: Investment Companies.

CHAPTER 27: Exchange-Traded Funds.

CHAPTER 28: Real Estate Investment.

CHAPTER 29: Hedge Funds.

CHAPTER 30: Private Equity.

CHAPTER 31: Active Asset Allocation.